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B3, Characterization of activated mature circulating endothelial cells expressing [CD45.sup.-/dim]/[CD146.sup.+]/[CD62e.sup.+] and mCEC ([CD45.sup.-/dim]/ [CD146.sup.+]/[CD62e.sup.-]).
CEC (%) VEGF Min Max Min Max Healthy subjects 0.030 0.760 CEC 0.0000 0.0530 EPC 0.0000 0.0265 mCEC 0.0000 0.0330 aCEC 0.0000 0.0133 Blast crisis 0.010 2.110 CEC 0.0011 18.9503 EPC 0.0000 3.7587 mCEC 0.0011 18.7066 aCEC 0.0000 0.0329 Chronic phase 0.060 1.150 CEC 0.0000 0.1557 EPC 0.0000 0.0344 mCEC 0.0000 0.1213 aCEC 0.0000 0.0251 Accelerated phase 0.020 3.220 CEC 0.0000 0.0604 EPC 0.0000 0.0586 mCEC 0.0000 0.0430 aCEC 0.0000 0.0116 CEC: circulating endothelial cells; VEGF: vascular endothelial growth factor; EPC: endothelial precursor cells; mCEC: mature circulating endothelial cells; aCEC: activated circulating endothelial cells; min: minimum; max: maximum.
As a result, the established study targeted a widespread and deepening understanding of the processes of internationalization of research MCEC. This objective was pursued through the analysis and evaluation of national cultural dimensions of their influence on the process.
To acheive a broader understanding of the theoretical framework of reference about the MNCs, the MCEC, and Brazilian MNCs, we sought initially to explain the MNCs in developing countries; in particular MCEC, then later in Latin America, and finally in Brazil.
This fact enabled the development of the marketing strategy seeking MCEC of these countries.
Regarding MCEC, the theory of specific locational advantages is an application of the conventional theory about the ET in general to MCEC as reported by Yeung and Chung (1999).